by Sarah Lipoff
Stay savvy when cleaning your cupboards by taking into consideration when it's actually time to toss food. Along with understanding the shelf life of several pantry basics, knowinghow to properly store fresh produce and meats keeps them at their best longer. Even theUS Department of Agriculture suggests taking a closer look before pitching. Instead of letting things go to waste (and costing you money), you'll want to have a few helpful and surprising guidelines for determining if that butter in the back of your fridge is still safe to eat.
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